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Figure 4: Histopathologic slides of the specimen, (a) Low magnification of the growth pattern of the non calcified portion of the lesion. Note the sheet-like growth interrupted by scattered nodules or nests (H and E, ×20), (b) High magnification of the cytology of the meningothelial tumor cells; note the eosionophilic inclusions in the cytoplasm of the tumor cells (H and E, ×60), (c) Calcifi ed portions of the specimen showing the lamellated vaguely psammomatous concretions. Note that in the meningioma between calcified areas, the morphology (black arrow) remains rhabdoid (H and E, ×20), (d) Vimentin immunohistochemistry showing the strong cytoplasmic labeling characteristic of rhabdoid meningioma (×60)

Figure 4: Histopathologic slides of the specimen, (a) Low magnification of the growth pattern of the non calcified portion of the lesion. Note the sheet-like growth interrupted by scattered nodules or nests (H and E, ×20), (b) High magnification of the cytology of the meningothelial tumor cells; note the eosionophilic inclusions in the cytoplasm of the tumor cells (H and E, ×60), (c) Calcifi ed portions of the specimen showing the lamellated vaguely psammomatous concretions. Note that in the meningioma between calcified areas, the morphology (black arrow) remains rhabdoid (H and E, ×20), (d) Vimentin immunohistochemistry showing the strong cytoplasmic labeling characteristic of rhabdoid meningioma (×60)